Three training dates available in October, November and December. Incredible value at £275 per course.
We provide bespoke research and analysis training for a wide range of conservation organisations. Please contact us to discuss your needs. Examples of our training include:
Species distribution modelling
- Two researchers working on ZSL’s EDGE programme for native Hispaniolan mammals (the Solenodon and Hutia)
- Nine conservation practitioners in Madagascar (variety of critically endangered species)
- Two DWCT research staff working on Anjouan critically endangered species
Statistics, monitoring and the use of GIS
- Annual course for up to 20 conservation practitioners from around the world taking part in DWCT’s DESMAN training. Covers statistics and the use of GIS for conservation.
- QGIS for conservation - a one week course within the Postgraduate Diploma in Endangered Species Recovery
- Statistics, monitoring and research training for thirty practitioners in the south west of England.
- A unique final year course for undergraduates at the University of Bath
We are currently supervising two PhD studentships:
- Determinants of species diversity and distribution on the Red Sea coast of Saudi Arabia
- Factors affecting foraging and reproductive success of the Kittlitz’s Plover in Kenya